loan recovery from lunatic person


after contract has been done of 1crore Now he is acting to suffer amnesia so how bank can recover the loan from the person and under which section?

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the person is telling that he didn't remember that he took loan!
 
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well, there must be some documentory proof of loan, he can be made liable based on that
 
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Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh

In the given facts, not only documents pertaining to bank loan should be brought in evidence against such person but he should also be requested to be referred to a medical board for the purpose of certifying whether he is acutally suffering from the said illness or is making excuse.

 

There is no requirement of law to have acceptance of the claim of the plaintiff from the defendant. Every defendant taakes various defence to frusterate the claim of the plaintiff so plaintiff has to stand upon his own legs. Nothing to worry in the present case.

 
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she mentioned is in the subject of the question, maybe thatswhy the confusion.
no need to write the word experts in double inverted commas.

thank you
 
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